How We Can Help:
Volunteer Advocates sign up for 48 - 72 hours per month to provide immediate, on-scene, crisis support to victims of crime and tragedy.
Court Preparation & Accompaniment
SRVSS also provides information on the criminal justice system through court updates; court orientation for victims and witnesses subpoenaed to testify and court accompaniment during preliminary hearings and trial.
As a community citizen, we invite you to call if you require information or referrals to community resources when dealing with concerns of safety, trauma and /or crisis.
Eligible victims of violent crime in Alberta have a right to apply for Financial Benefits, as an acknowledgement of their victimization. This program is administered under the Victims of Crime Act and Regulation. Benefits are based on the victim’s verified injuries; with the amounts set in the Victims of Crime Regulation.